Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Closer?

New Lawer added to the GERS Team
Jo-Anne M. Kokoski
Ms. Kokoski has substantial experience litigating patent and other types of complex cases in federal court. She has been involved in all aspects of pharmaceutical, chemical and medical device patent litigation, from fact and expert discovery to summary judgment and trial. She participated in jury and bench trials in the District of Delaware and the Southern District of New York, and in appeals to the Federal Circuit. She also has litigated cases involving the Hatch-Waxman Amendments. Ms. Kokoski also has substantial experience counseling clients regarding patent infringement and validity issues as well as FDA issues involving the development and marketing of generic pharmaceuticals. Ms. Kokoski’s undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is in chemical engineering and her J.D. is from Washington University in St. She is admitted in Illinois and Connecticut and to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
See PR here

Is it time to introduce a velvet closer?  Or is she an appeals specialist?  Here she is in an article about settlements. 

SkunK

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nobody12378 said...

Trading, as you call it is for cowards, who only want a few pennies. I'll leave that to the morons. Made my "killing", seven years ago now, in GNBT during the avian flu scare. Resting very comfortably in homes in Miami, Monterey, and Minneapolis, thank you, as a result. Try doing that with your penny flipping.

Anonymous said...

GO GERS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Nobody has to keep moving around so the owners of those homes don't catch him when they return from they're vacations.

Anonymous said...

gaybody playing with hubself

Anonymous said...

seven years ago? nothing since?

nobody12378 said...

No, Ms. Kokoski is an experienced trial attorney in the field of IP. Many IP firms do not engage in the actual trail phase (if it gets to that point which they try to avoid -- usually end-up in settlements). Looks like they are gearing up for a trial which means that they do not think a real settlement is in the offing or that the SJ (if one is ordered) will hold. Offta!

Anonymous said...

whats a trail phase

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Anonymous said...

where you get to try n0body for free

Anonymous said...

trail phase--

1) a phase of following the trail of gaybody back to infringers
2) can be web IP address to caymen islands

Anonymous said...

bids up 600000 !

Slashnuts said...

Now That's What I Like To See...

Corn is lower and soy oil, brent oil, gas, diesel are all higher today. A perfect day for the ethanol industry. The rollout of E15 will advance. Algae is getting more respect. The $1 per gallon biodiesel tax credit is huge for GERS. A very big positive plus.

CBOT Corn
USd/bu. $691.25 -$7.00 -1.00%


CBOT Soybean Oil
USd/lb. $51.08 +$1.38 +2.78%

http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/commodities/futures/agriculture/

Crude Oil (WTI)
USD/bbl.$93.10 +$1.28 +1.39%

Crude Oil (Brent)
USD/bbl. $112.57 +$1.42 +1.28%

RBOB Gasoline
USd/gal. $280.66 +$4.33 +1.57%


NYMEX Heating Oil
USd/gal. $305.55 +$2.23 +0.74%

Anonymous said...

HEE HAW

Anonymous said...

is spring already? everywhere i look is green

Anonymous said...

Algae Bioreactor

GreenShift's patented and patent-pending bioreactor process uses thermophillic cyanobacteria to consume carbon dioxide emissions. The organisms use the available carbon dioxide in the emissions and water to grow and give off oxygen and water vapor. The organisms also absorb nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide. Once the organisms grow to maturity, they fall to the bottom of GreenShift's bioreactor where they can be harvested for extraction and conversion into value added carbon neutral products

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

How it Works
All photosynthetic organisms need the following to live and grow: a supply of CO2, light, a growth media and water with nutrients. GreenShift's Algae Bioreactor has the potential to reduce the costs of and technical barriers to managing the flow resources into, through and out bioreactor in a compact and cost-efficient way as compared to other algae bioreactor technologies.

Anonymous said...

Concentrated CO2 is captured and piped to the bioreactor. The sunlight is then collected using efficient parabolic mirrors that transfer and filter the light to a series of light pipes. The light pipes channel the light into the bioreactor structure where it is distributed and radiated throughout the structure using light panels. The organisms we use require as little as 1.5% direct light which means that our collected light can be distributed over a substantial surface area. Next, a growth media, such as polyester, is inserted between each lighting surface. Water, containing nutrients, continuously cascades down the growth media to facilitate the final required step for optimal growth.

Anonymous said...


To harvest the new biomass, the flow rate of the water over the growth media is increased slightly to remove a portion of the algae, allowing a portion of algae to remain and to begin the next growth cycle. The removed algae is then collected and routed for conversion into value added carbon neutral products. Our technology is also very flexible and can accommodate a variety of algae types. High starch, high oil, or high cellulose algae can be grown in our bioreactor depending on output requirements.

Anonymous said...

GreenShift's commercialization plan for this technology is to co-locate bioreactors at corn ethanol production plants and other fermentation processes where concentrated supplies of carbon dioxide naturally emit and are relatively easy to capture and control. We plan to leverage our existing extraction platform and presence in the U.S. ethanol industry to reduce capital and go-to-market costs.

Anonymous said...

Read up on ADRN Projects. Winsness is a F'ing Genious and has been hot on these and Waste processing projects for over two years now. Happy New Year Petal, and all the good guys! DHOLE

Anonymous said...

gaybody exposing himself on ihub

Anonymous said...

http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/blog/2012/12/rim-pays-nokia-65-million-in-patent.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_22263081/marvell-slammed-1-2-billion-patent-infringement-judgment

Anonymous said...

Marvell Technology plunged Wednesday after the company was hit with a $1.17 billion verdict in a patent case.

A jury in Pennsylvania found that Marvell had infringed patents held by Carnegie Mellon University. Worse yet for Marvell, the jury found that the semiconductor company's conduct was willful, which could allow the judge in the case to impose damages that are three times the jury's verdict.

Anonymous said...

http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/89531/ooil-settlement-of-patent-dispute-and-continuation-of-commercial-relationship-with-mbd

Anonymous said...

http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericsavitz/2013/01/02/acacia-research-in-settlement-with-apple-in-patent-case/

Anonymous said...

JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

nobody12378 said...

I seldom venture over to Yahoo, but after recent posts here, the cesspool of Yahoo as apparently migrated. That said, this morning the following Yahoo post caught my attention:

"IS IT A COINSIDENCE THAT THE DAY SLASH COMES OUT IS THE BIGGEST MANIPULATION DAY"

As "anony" poster (who really is known because he cannot let go of his signature) states:

"Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$"



Anonymous said...

JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

OMG!! Please tell me you are NOT going to start quoting Yahoo idiots as FACT now!!

nobody12378 said...

The unusual trading pattern continues. We have not seen this since before the last R/S, when we learned that it represented massive dilution. It seems that dilution is a possible explanation, but how can the PPS remain relatively stable in the face of it? Perhaps, more importantly, if this is the explanation, why is it necessary, especially in face of KK's pledge that it would end in 2012? Trading volume may not necessarily be healthy for our equity.

nobody12378 said...

I think that it is very clear that these large blocks are not coming from disgruntled shareholders, or penny flippers. Are there other sources that could place so many large blocks into the market besides GERS or YAGI? And if they are who is buying them at a rate that keeps the PPS constant? You market gurus, please wade in.

Anonymous said...

JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

You don't really expect a guru to fill in your lack of knowledge do you?

I would normally be happy to share, but not with that moron, sorry for the rest of the board.

nobody12378 said...

In other words you have no idea.

Anonymous said...

GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEN

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JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

nobody12378 said...

It looks as if the rancor of the Hallelujah Chorus created by being confronted with the TRUTH that all is not well in GERSland requires them to recite Psalm 23:4; perhaps they will then find contentment and comfort, as their equity turns to mud under their feet and drains away.

Anonymous said...

500000 bid !

Anonymous said...


We believe that the established first generation corn ethanol infrastructure is the only practical pathway in North America to cost-effectively increase the production and use of carbon-neutral biofuels on globally-meaningful scales. To accomplish this in a competitive and environmentally superior way, first generation corn ethanol facilities will need to evolve to achieve significantly improved production efficiencies. We intend to contribute to that evolution.



Anonymous said...

Our go-to-market plan today is based on the commercialization and sequential integration of our technology upgrades into first generation corn ethanol process infrastructure to capitalize on all practical operating synergies. We intend to remain focused on developing and implementing technologies that make first generation ethanol plants more efficient and to upgrade these plants into integrated multi-feedstock, multi-fuel biorefineries.



Anonymous said...

To do so, we plan to leverage our established Extraction Platform and market positioning to continue to develop and deliver clean technology upgrades to our ethanol clients.



Anonymous said...

Our new patent-pending Cellulosic Oil™ process conditions and converts the residual sugars, starch and cellulosic biomass in distillers grain and selected offsite biomass into increased oil and protein yield.

Anonymous said...

This technology uses a number of oleaginous microbes and has demonstrated the potential to increase oil extraction yields to more than 10 million gallons for every 100 million gallons of corn ethanol produced. Bench testing has also shown that manipulation of the free fatty acid and amino acid profiles of the lipids and protein produced by this process is viable. This has compelling implications for biofuel and culinary applications.

Cellulosic Oil™ technology also has the potential for use in a number of applications outside of the ethanol industry, including pulp and paper, sewage, trash, and qualified industrial wastewater applications. Any successful use of Cellulosic Oil™ technology in these markets will also require use of our patent-pending oil extraction technologies, thus enabling opportunities for growth beyond the corn ethanol industry.



While GreenShift is focused on commercialization requirements of its corn oil extraction technologies, we recognize that our other technologies have the potential to deliver value to our clients and shareholders. We have granted licenses to facilitate the continued research, development and commercialization of our other technologies.

nobody12378 said...

That's five years old. Get some new material -- oh you can't because there is none.

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)



JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

Everybody can come up with a legion off possibility's to explain what nobody is asking. From the many possibility's off course no one can state with certainty which one is right, unless you are the invoker of that pattern.
I'm not saying that it was me, but I sure recognize what is happening.
A long time ago I saw an explanation on GERS Ihub that was a valid one.

Still Nobody is to emotionally, financially and message board involved, to take distance from money invested in a start-up. Better for your health that when gambling, you admit that you are not doing fundamental research.
Therefore asking “questions” and then returning the answers with a sneer is not the way to gain knowledge but a manner to stay true to your own belief, which in itself is an evolution process.

Keep doing what you do, that’s your meaning in life these past years.

Anonymous said...

I heard Gers financing to replace ya globe. Is this true

nobody12378 said...

Nope, my meaning is to enjoy the pimping of these cadets -- it is blast.

Anonymous said...

JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

Yes a refinancing deal is close to done. w/ or w/out ya is the ?

Anonymous said...

Thanks that explains high volume.

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GEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN

Anonymous said...

nobody its time to get new diapers hahahaaa

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*****TRADER ALERT**** said...


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MASSIVE BREAKOUT IMMINENT
.18 - .20 CENTS
COVER SHORT TRADE
LONGS LOCK YOUR SHARES

*****TRADER ALERT***** said...


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MASSIVE BREAKOUT IMMINENT
.18 - .20 CENTS
COVER SHORT TRADE
LONGS LOCK YOUR SHARES

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3s about sold out 4s next

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Anonymous said...

I was told gers won a long time ago but this new markman case meaning a definite settlement. All ways out exausted he said. This lady kokoski is helping broker a deal.

Franky D

Anonymous said...

holy shit look at it go

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holy shit look at it go

Anonymous said...

wheres dipchit donkey turd?

Anonymous said...

nobody getting new diaper hahahaha

Anonymous said...

IS A INFRINGER STOCK BUYING FRENZY!!!!!!!!!!!!

nobody12378 said...

The genius TRADERS that populate this blog should be considering getting out now, they have doubled their money. Then they will wait for the PPS to go to 2 cents again buy again, watch it double, sell again, then buy again ...

Me, I am just counting my money I earned while the PPS was suppressed for six years. My boat, as they say is plum full.

Anonymous said...

JUST GOT OFF THE PHONE WITH HR at ICM, they said nobody is mad because he was fired and not offered a severance package...they also stated he was a "sucker"

HAAAAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

thanks for the info franky

Anonymous said...

Who told you this?

Anonymous said...

What a great close today :-):-D;-)B-) made my money. Don't sell yet give it to .15 cent by next week plus more the following weeks

Anonymous said...

nice close @ hod gap up?

Anonymous said...

ask @ 4.6 !

Anonymous said...

Pity your boat is so small.

Anonymous said...

thats not all thats so small

Anonymous said...

up 55% an dipchit donkey turds down on his knees begging longs to sell

Anonymous said...

Awesome close at the high of the day GERS

Anonymous said...

thats not all hes on his knees for

Anonymous said...

Who's donkey turd?

Ching Chang oil said...

o no body u wong a gain haha u wong hahaha u wongi wongi wong wong wong hahahahaha

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

 
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